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Using a renewable assay for 28 days, the study was conducted to look at African catfish's hemoematological and behavioral response after being exposed to sub-lethal levels of xylene. For the experiment, a total of one hundred and twenty healthy Clarias gariepinus was used with a mean length of 15. 20 cm and a mean weight of 10. 23 g was used. The results of behavioral changes observed in C. gariepinus exposed to different xylene concentrations compared to the control include increased erratic swimming, hyperactivity, reduced equilibrium status, increased jerky movement, and reduced fin mobility. PCV ; Platelet ; MCV ; MCV ; Tablelet ; WBE ; PCV ; WBE ; WBE ; Tablelet ; WBE ; Tablelet ; RBC ; PCV ; MCV ; MCH and MCV respectively. On the chemical reaction from the control, the Clarias gariepinus species experienced significant differences in haemoglobin concentration, packed cell volume, red blood cell count,.
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